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PostSubject: Release of EPA Administrator’s Non-Public Emails Called ‘Deeply Troubling’   Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:12 pm

(CNSNews.com) – Complying with a court order minutes before Monday’s 5 p.m. deadline, the Environmental Protection Agency yesterday released 2,100 emails received or sent by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson on one of her non-public accounts. But which one? The name on the email account was redacted.

The information provided by the EPA under court order doesn’t satisfy the man who discovered that Jackson has been using the alias “Richard Windsor” on an email account from which she may have sent messages on the administration's coal policy. Using the alias would shield those communications from Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

Chris Horner of the free-market Competitive Enterprise Institute says he discovered Jackson's "false identity" while doing research for his book, "The Liberal War on Transparency.”

Late Monday, Horner called the EPA’s document release “deeply troubling.”

“[It] seems to have gravely compounded the unlawful activity we have exposed involving a false identity assumed for federal recordkeeping purposes,” he said.

Jackson admitted to using the fake identity “Richard Windsor” in November. Citing high email traffic in her public account (jackson.lisap@epa.gov), the EPA said Jackson used the Richard Windsor alias to communicate with other public officials. (Jackson announced her resignation as EPA administrator on Dec. 27, saying she is ready for "new challenges.")

Horner said he is dissatisfied with the 2,100 emails the EPA finally delivered to him on Monday. First of all, that number is well short of the promised 3,000, he said.

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